Samaru Madkami, a 7th grader who converted to Christianity in 2017 had been receiving threats ever since his conversion to Christianity. Along with him and his dad, Christians, in general, have been harassed by local villagers in India who are not believers. Churches reopened for the first time after the corona outbreak on Sunday of May 24 but several other churches waited out another week to reopen. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the LGBTQ events that are typically celebrated in June to be canceled but virtual methods are being utilized to help people gather -- not just to celebrate LGBTQ lives but to also sound the voices of people of color amidst the racial justice protests. A Catholic widow in her 60s has been continuously threatened by the Chinese Communist Party to halt her belief in God or risk the discontinuance of her government aid. Nadeem Joseph and his family were attacked by Muslim neighbors after moving into the TV Colony of Peshawar, the capital of the Khybar Pakhtunkhawa province in Pakistan. North Korean defectors based in South Korea flew around 500,000 anti-Pyongyang propaganda leaflets via floating balloons to North Korea which angered the North and has risen tension between the two Koreas. Minnesota Vikings star quarterback Kirk Cousins offered a message of encouragement and hope to fellow Americans in the coronavirus pandemic and shared how he has dealt with all recent difficulties. President Trump announced on Monday that he will not be defunding, disbanding, nor dismantling the police force. "We won't be defunding our police, we won't be dismantling our police, we won't be disbanding our police, we won't be ending our police force in a city," White Christians knelt with black Christians asking for forgiveness for the police brutality against George Floyd. This video of white and black Christians coming together to kneel and pray together went viral online and became known as a "praytest" video. Same-sex marriage was ruled constitutional 5 years ago on June 26, 2015 by the Supreme Court of the United States of America in the landmark civil rights case Obergefell v. Hodges. Jayson Rowe, a 40 year old North Carolina pastor of Conway Baptist Church died by apparent suicide on June 2. According to the Conway Police Department, law enforcement officers were in the process of investigating an allegation of criminal sexual misconduct against Rowe when they received a call ab… A couple attempting to flee North Korea with their teenage nephew to South Korea has been executed by North Korean authorities. A source in North Korea who requested to stay anonymous shared, "They were arrested for attempting to escape [across] the border, which is now heavily controlled due to the… The retired pastor and best-selling Christian author, Tim Keller, shared that he is diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Keller also had thyroid cancer in 2002. Keller expressed his optimism in his Twitter post, "I have terrific human doctors, but most importantly I have the Great Physician himself … BLEXIT, short for "black exit", is a movement aimed at urging black Americans to leave the Democratic party, claiming that the Democratic Party takes their vote for granted. The spread of COVID-19 has affected the Yemini citizens with the infection of half the population and deaths of more than 40,000 Yeminis.